Tired of Tenants Leaving Furniture on the Street after Move-Out?
Unwanted furniture and home items often find their way to the curb when apartment tenants move out. Unless otherwise collected, these materials create an eyesore and typically end up in landfills. The Greater Lexington Apartment Association’s Green Committee has partnered again this year with Bluegrass Greensource, LFUCG, Habitat for Humanity ReStore, Hippo Crate, and God’s Pantry to develop Move-Out-Madness. The goal is to collect gently-used items left behind by tenants and make it possible for them to find new homes.
How does Move-Out-Madness work? Hippo Crate has donated storage crates to be placed at two Lexington apartment communities – Newtown Crossing and Campus Court at Red Mile. The crates will be placed at each property for one week during their busiest move-out times this summer, allowing tenants to place their unwanted furniture and items inside. Habitat for Humanity ReStore will pick up the furniture and home items from the crates while God’s Pantry will collect non-perishable food items. Tenants will be encouraged to take unwanted clothing items to Goodwill, the Hope Center, or Salvation Army.
How can I get involved? Deliver gently-used, unwanted items to the Hippo Crate at Campus Court at Red Mile from July 16 to July 23, or to Newtown Crossing from July 26 to August 2. Please contact Lisa Conley with questions or to get your property involved: email@example.com or 266-1572, ext. 237.